The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1912, Image 6
--'""'r''..-ifafcaM. ..fth.,. -- ' . -a- . . i. .. . - RW n ,i. -y i ir-air;lTTrTiriU flr.iwtiOTiiiPiiiiwftii I -.!-!' " -"V m. n . . ? T If H I) A I I. V K l, H S K V WITHOUT HANDICAP DOPE J ' r IllT r"l" '"n l1 raWMhT, v. HARMON'S SPRAINED ANKLE IS slalMiienl now ( nines from a ,MIh ONLY WEAKNESS IN TEAM "' IM'"1 who1inn seen both MisHouii iikI K, ins. is teams in action to tin lh(t llial th'1 ( '01 iilinskt'iH slll s in POTTER GETS BACK IN GAMEji-".,. Missou.iin i ,h,i..n- .....i I in tln'i 11101 e .ihsciIs Hi, it KaiiH.'is will I, ill befnte tin 'llgets 'I In- Kansas leen appeals to lie ill din cstlm.l With Unusually Heavy Line to Duck, Stichm Depends on Speed of Tackier, and Ends to Win Victory lion lilt pool rut in twelve seasons llouesei HiIk shoiildnt lie (onsidend (oikIiis( ,is the Kansas bun h is known In nine ha l e epl ionalh stmng win n pilled against N'elnaska oi I liw esl el n coeds will lieiealtei lie compelled to attend the loolhall games iinatt.K lied 'Mils i canon is not that the mi lies don I shout, hut it is a known l.ul the pieent the men fiom paing sulll( lent attention to the com bat II is 1 1 commended b some that In win but (piessid no loud hopes ol the N'ebiask.i boat d do llkew ise 'I hell malum; nioie than l!'i points against . i easou does not oriopond to Hie one the 'I IM l The ( o.n lies gave out II t ..it Noi I h w est el n, howeei, u hot e the 'I he ( oi n husk ei s di pai ti d this inoi n im; ahoui I In loi I he .imp ol the Tll'els, , ( olllpallU (I b the (O.n lies and li.iineis ll ol the smi.nl u ei e in hue olid it ion e( epl II. union who 1MM1I' 1 bl1' .illkb again eilin sda e ell I II L, III pi ,n 1 1 e ('(),(( ll St i 1 1111 pei ts (hi Si.uht and ('iciim w.iuiois Inn up as mini will be ( hosen until tin It im is ii.nh to appeal upon the Mild S.iluiili I he hue has been the n al( s 1 oiln I lo the co,n lies the past Hick, and most of iheii attention has been diiechd towaid tile loiwaids 'I lie b n klleld sltu.it loll is el ph as iiu; loi llnie aii two good men loi ( ,n h posji o In Pol li i and 'I ow le 'ibia-Ka has two ol the lust ipiaileis thai (ii donned the moleskins 'I he loi im i i tin onl dt peiidable (hop kn ki i tin ( oi nliii Ai i s h,i e had loi i,iis lowb inns th li.iin with lots ol pi p .111(1 im-llls into them the glllgei hli h ( .III es I In 111 lo 1 1 .1 1 up t lie op I en 'Its line 'I In I i i i Inn i quite a hi lb li i ii i I 'i i ii i In oin I mill Sin bin will i ml i i in-t t In m S it in il i I In i ( llt( 1 is ll ;hl, bill I suppoi led b a i ouple In a giiai ds and la kb's '1 lie 'I iget em's has been pl.ning h.io with tin 1 1 .mi- the hae met Ibis I, ill 'I In ).,( t down mult i punts with ama III spei ( mil at e sin e tacklel s 'I In li kin Id oulutighs Hie Coin husk i' I ul .im not as speed) Mac Williams .ind Knobel ait d pi ndeil on to lug tin ball loi sine gains although Shtphaid has shown up pi oiinin nl 1 in tin Mi cut ganu s Shephaid hi done all ol the lu lung - lai tin si ason He is a gooil puiitei his punt n i aging lo-1 to the .n ai d nmi k 'lln sijii nl hi li stalled was com posed ot Ml. in M.isliu Swanson l'eai miii Mulh '.in How. ud Pnetag liwm llallig.ni l'uid llle He k Haw kins, Towle I'oitti llanlik Magoi 1 lai mini and Captain Flank -".Iiinnn ' GEOLOGISTS VISIT DEPARTMENT Hance and Beakly, of U. S. G. S, Visitors at University. Mi .1 Hance of the United States (ieologieal Sune) inked the local do puitinent within the last few da)B Ho is about, to make an exhaustive stud) of the alkali lakes of Nobi.iHka Mr A I, Health, '1)7, also IT S (! S, has bwon ionouing old acquaintances in tlit geolog depaitment dining a shoit sta) in th' cit Ku7 Klngle ta is In fore e Oh, U ' Dl.ike s e ham oh lot the Missom 1 al le) Championship would look piett slim if Washington i'nieisit should e.iteh them napping and slip a few ton hdow ns over on em This is not all impiobabl as Coach ( ,iou ol Washington is t poi t I to ha a will de elopod team and one w In h is unit d foi its sliced fudging f nun low. i. s show in miiiim the (ioplnis last wtek wouldnt tin llliskeis pla liao with sunn ol llio t teams of the Dig laglit. In ' S i m HYMENIAL COURT Miss Zola I )elleekoi . Kappa Mplia '1 beta, and Robei t (imit, 'il'i, aie lo be maiiied Noeinbei 14 at the lionn ol t he bi ule iii Omaha 'I he mamago of Miss I lael renin. Delta Delta Delta, to Ceorge lleedei 1 Mi I Delta Theta, will be held at the homo ot Mihs renin, I'imeisit) l'',n in Noeinbei L'S Mi Hugo llnknci, 1)8. i'hi Delta Theta. will be married to Miss Ma) Louise Ul balds at the Lin oin Hotel Noeinb'i li - Sljr ID mi lb Ukp ijmtr IDurh. 'TRY tHEM,, 24U u. 11 th &t. ffiiurolu. Nrb. Shoes for Drill Up-to-Date Styles Button or Blucher The best tan Russia Calf $3, $3.50, $4 When you go to sec the TIGERS at COLUMBIA Don't forget to take your colors along A full line of PENNANTS--ARM-3ANDS The University Boole Stcre no nth sin. t LINCOLN. NLI'.KASKA Lincoln Shoe Co. 1230 O STREET J. L. FERGUSON of Broken Bow, Candidate for United States Senator of Nebraska By Petition I am a farmer and was educated at the University of Michigan and am running for the office of United States Senator by request of business men and fair-minded farmers, and I stand pat against, and for the repeal of the PARCELS POST LAW, as it now stands, and I ask the support of every jobber, traveling man, merchant, railroad man, rural route carrier, drayman and every fair-minded farmer, as it is a vital question to all of them. I have not asked for a penny to help me in my campaign, BUT DO ASK the support of every fair-minded voter in Nebraska. Respectfully yours, J. L.u FERGUSON. Broken Bow, Nebraska.